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This is a chunkier, thicker version of the trendy braided headband. Disheveled, whimsical, the style exudes a fun and youthful vibe for girls about town. Braids are great for summer as they keep hair off the face, but forgo the formality of traditional updos. What makes this example special is the the windblown, rumpled feel created by the looseness and breadth of the braid. For similar beatnik elegance, pull out random pieces till you get a pleasingly carefree aesthetic. Click for StyleNotes →

concrete pony

Billing their brand as ‘Hair Couture” Balmain, the fancy French fashion house that’s enjoying a revival, has branched into hair care. Suitably, they’ve released a fall/winter hairstyle trend book. One of the book’s best looks is this side ponytail with dip-dyed ends. The color on the ends looks like concrete silver into gun mental grey and contrasts nicely with the darker side-parted hair running across the top. Long hair, a touch of color, and some easy styling will give you a similar look. Learn how to create it in the notes.

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playful hair

Summer fashion is lighter, breezier and more playful than other seasons. Bold prints, bright colors and airy fabrics need just a touch of makeup—a swipe of bright shadow or a bright lip—and a quick, easy hairstyle. Tousled texture topped with an oversized bow, a high side ponytail, and knotted pigtails are three simple, delightful options. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions for creating each look.

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thanksgiving hair

As we all know Thanksgiving Eve is a time to meet up in your hometown, head out to the bars and celebrate with people you haven’t seen in a long time. Even if you are just heading to a local hot spot or a friends a party, a great hairstyle can get people to do a double take and think “Wow she looks great, what’s she been up to!” Click the notes to see how to the four great looks pictured above. –– Kelly Rowe

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